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Free/Reasonable Easy-to-setup web-based email system?

Posted on 2002-03-20
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I'm looking for a really nice, solid web-based email system that can handle checking/sending mail.  Preferably something open source that will run under FreeBSD.  The easier and simpler it is to set up the better, as long as it is really secure.  Anyone have any ideas?  I'd also consider commercial alternatives as long as it's reasonable.
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The Horde/Imp (http://www.horde.org/imp/) webmail system works well and isn't too difficult to set up.
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squirrelmail is good - you will need to load the latest security patches, though.

http://www.squirrelmail.org

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Festive
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